School’s Conduct Is an “Attack Upon Child’s Dignity as a Human Being”

in  F.H. et. al. v. Memphis City Schools (2014), the Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued a precedential opinion that favors parental rights to seek relief for non-educational injuries Continue Reading →

A School Nurse Does the Right Thing!

From exceptional employee, excellent evaluations – to suddenly unsatisfactory performance.  What happened? What caused this exceptional school nurse’s fall from grace? Linda McGreevy advocated for kids with disabilities. She did Continue Reading →

Supreme Court: P & A Can Sue State to Protect Individuals with Disabilities

While investigating suspicious deaths in state institutions, the Virginia Office for Protection and Advocacy (VOPA) requested relevant records from state officials. Virginia refused, stating that a state-law privilege protected records Continue Reading →

Class Actions – Not a Primary Vehicle for Accomplishing Change

We think the school system continues to prey on parents in I.E.P. meetings. Having good information is valuable but does no good when the school preys on parents knowing full Continue Reading →